NYU walkout in solidarity w/ Occupy Wall Street: Wednesday, 10/5, 4:00 p.m.

From Andrew Ross:
NYU students and workers: Join us for the National Student Walkout in Solidarity with Occupy Wall Street!
Stop what you are doing/walk out of class/leave the library
at 4pm on Wednesday, October 5th.

We will meet in the middle of Washington Square Park and march together to City Hall, where we’ll join the Community/ Labor March in Solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, endorsed by dozens of NYC unions and community groups, including the United Federation of Teachers, SEIU 32BJ and SEIU 1199, the Transit Workers Union Local 100, Make the Road
New York, New Yorkers Against Budget Cuts, the Alliance for Quality Education, and more!

We will also be joining students from around the city who

are organizing walkouts against unforgivable student debt and soaring tuition rates.

Join us to protest the arrest of 700 marchers on the Brooklyn Bridge yesterday, while the banksters who wrecked the economy remain free.

Join us to protest the horrific inequality that leaves 1 in 3 New York City children in poverty while Mayor Bloomberg sits on a $20 billion fortune.
Join us to protest the foreclosure crisis that has driven
millions from their homes, while bank profits soar.

Join us because We Are the 99 Percent!

If your group would like to endorse, please be in touch!

Most importantly, spread the word by inviting ALL of your friends on Facebook, making announcements in your classes, and sharing this e-mail.

Contact: owsnyu@gmail.com

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